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Eat Defeat (UK) release “I Think We’ll Be OK” LP (ffo: NFG)

Great stuff here! Harmonious UK band Eat Defeat is taking pop-punk back to school with their new LP, I Think We’ll Be OK, out on Bearded Punk Records. Stream that below… and if you don’t like pop-punk, maybe just give track 2 a quick listen.



Flanders 72 stream new 7″ “Glad to See You Surf”

Brazilian pop punks Flanders72 are now streaming their new vinyl, “Glad To See You Surf.” The vinyl features the likes of Flanders 72, Jagger Holly, and Die Schnickers.

This vinyl follows up the release of their 2016 album, “Atomic.”

Check out the new track below.



Alkaline Trio release new lyric video for “Is This Thing Cursed?”, kick off tour

Pop punk veterans Alkaline Trio have just released a video for the title track of their upcoming full length “Is This Thing Cursed?”

The highly anticipated album is the first recorded material the three piece have released in five years.

Alkaline Trio also kicked off their tour in support of the new album a few days ago, so make sure to check the dates and the new video out below!



The Gullibles release new EP “Do You Like Heavy Metal?” for name-your-price

Georgia’s own The Gullibles have released a new EP, Do You Like Heavy Metal, for name-your-price at bandcamp. Their song “Gay Parade” was covered by Teenage Bottlerocket in last year’s Stealing the Covers.

You can stream the EP below, and buy it at bandcamp.



DS Exclusive: Poor Me (Pop Punk/Hardcore) premiere “Sugarcane EP”

This one goes up to eleven… so crank it!

Dying Scene is busting out the Spinal Tap references, and bustling out the exclusive punk rock and roll premiere for Denver punk band Poor Me‘s new EP, Sugarcane. From bottom to top this riff-driven EP is guitar-heavy with dualing guitars from Nick Butler and Jason McWhinnie, and incorporates a powerful backbone, laid down by drummer Nick Chmel and bassist Mike Goyn, with calculatedly “woke” lyrics from front man Brett Delaney, channeling a Joey Cape-esque storytelling ability through his warm gravel voice.

Sugarcane is the third release from Poor Me, who managed to write and record the album between college courses and after work, touring and playing shows whenever they got the chance or days off. Mostly inspired by the daze and doldrums of uninspired systematic upbringing, and looking through the black and grey to “serve relentlessly the improvement of humanity’s condition,” heavy palm mutes and ripping leads curl through the dynamism of the bass, and gut wrenching screams corroborate with the frustrations of the day inherent in Delaney’s lyrical themes. Albeit we should all be wary of any conclusions drawn for he assures us “Mistakes can be made.”

From the band… “This record is inspired by a proliferating feeling that the world is getting harder to navigate morally. Falsities are acceptable as warrants for our beliefs, social issues are diluted and polarized until they are palatable for the ill-informed, and confidence in ourselves is replacing the competence of collaboration. As we negotiate circumstances in our lives, we have a plethora of sources to turn to for direction. We can gut-check the moment, or we can turn to science, philosophy, religion, government, our families, etc. — each has its limits, its agendas, but increasingly, a satisfaction with conversion rather than persuasion. Watching the world turn this direction is frustrating, but not surprising… the carrot and stick has always been this effective on the masses.”

Poor Me is self-releasing Sugarcane which will be available on August 14th but we have it for all you Dying Scenesters a full week early. The band plans to support this EP with a west coast tour, so be on the lookout for those dates coming in the near future. In the mean time, you can follow the figurative carrot and give the album a play below.



Happy. (pop-punk) announce new album “Cult Classic,” release new music video

South Carolina pop-punk act Happy. have announced that they will be releasing their debut album Cult Classic on September 7th via Rude Records.  To give you a taste of what to expect from the album, the band has released a video for their new song “I Call Shotgun.”  You can check that out below.



Woes (UK, pop-punk) release video for “Over It”

UK pop-punk act Woes have released a video for their song “Over It,” which comes from their latest EP, Self Help, that was released in May 2018 via UNFD.

You can check out the video below.

Before Self Help, Woes’ last release was their self-titled EP in 2016.



Only On Weekends (pop punk) stream “The Rex Motel” from upcoming album


Jersey pop punks Only On Weekends are streaming “The Rex Motel”, taken from their new album “Another Wasted Night”, which is out on August 24th. You can have a listen now over at Pure Grain Audio. Details of upcoming tour dates are up there too.

Album pre-orders are up now on the band’s webstore.

 



Muncie Girls release video for “Locked Up”

UK punk trio Muncie Girls have a new video for their song “Locked Up” which will be on their upcoming album Fixed Ideals. The album comes out Aug 31 via Buzz Records.

Watch the video below.



Odd Robot (Punk, CA) Stream Latest Album “Amnesiatic”

California-based punk rock three-piece Odd Robot are allowing fans to stream their entire new record Amnesiatic. The album features fourteen mid-tempo tracks with bags of melody that will likely excite fans of early Alkaline Trio.

The release of Amnesiatic is being handled by Wire Tap Records. You can listen it in full below. It’s the latest music from the trio since their Christmas cover version of “O Holy Night” in 2017.



Victory Kid (Pop Punk, CA) Stream EP “Thrillenials”

California-based pop punk/ska mash-up Victory Kid are allowing fans to stream their latest EP. The release is titled Thrillenials and is the first music from the three-piece since their May 2018 EP Illenials: Vol 1.

You can check out Thrillenials in full below.



Versus You (Pop Punk, Luxembourg) Stream Single “Times of War”

Luxembourg pop punkers Versus You have put their latest single online for fans to stream. The track is titled “Times of War” and its B-Side is a tune called “Let’s Make Love.”

Check out both tracks on this single release below.

Versus You’s previous release was their 2017 EP Birthday Boys.



Choke the Pope (Pop Punk, WA) Stream Latest Album “Who Cares”

Seattle pop punk four-piece Choke the Pope are allowing fans to stream their entire latest record. The effort is titled Who Cares and features twelve tracks of indie rock-influenced pop punk. The release is the first from the band since their 2016 full-length Emotional Material.

You can check out Who Cares in full below.

 



The Split Seconds release video for “Impulsive Automatic”

Washington DC pop punks The Split Seconds released their new record “Counterfeit Reality” back in June via Altercation Records. The album is the follow up to their 2017 debut “Center Of Attention”.

They’ve just made a video for one of the tracks from the release, “Impulsive Automatic”. You can have a watch below.



The Shorts release new video for “Your Party Sucks”

Aussie pop punkers The Shorts are now streaming their new video for “Your Party Sucks.”

The track comes off of their upcoming album “Bunker Monkey” EP which is set for release on August 16th on Thousand Islands Records.

The guys have last released videos for “Silo,” and “I Don’t Know Why I Do This Anymore.”

Scope out the new video below.